PATHways: Technology Making a Difference Where Americans Live
Vol. 1, Issue 1

In This Issue . . .

    About PATH
      Welcome to the inaugural issue of PATHways, the newsletter of the Partnership for Advancing Technology in Housing (PATH).

    Village Green Sets Pace With Next-Generation Technology
      The insulation is extra thick, a commuter train stops just outside the front door, the gas-fired cooling systems use no ozone-destroying agents, and solar electric roof panels generate much of the electrical energy necessary to run appliances. Is this a home of the future? Yes.

    Products to Change the Way Americans Live
      Whether you are renting, planning to buy a new home, or interested in ways to remodel your existing home, this section of PATHways has some good information for you. Each issue will focus on products that are changing the way America lives.

    Builder's Manual Profiles Affordable, Entry-level Homes
      To increase the number of site-built, entry-level homes, HUD's Office of Policy Development and Research recently released a manual that illustrates how developers can construct high-quality, energy-efficient, durable, and affordable housing

    Focus on PATH's Federal Partners
      The U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE's) Office of Building Technology, State and Community Programs (BTS) supports a variety of PATH-related activities. Working with industry, BTS develops, promotes, and integrates energy technologies and practices to make buildings more energy efficient.

    Under the PATH Roof
      Tips to help keep homes safe and energy efficient

    Calendar of PATH Events

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